Meek Mill is not Letting Prison Stop His "DreamChaser's thanksgiving" Gift
The annual tradition is reported out 1,000 turkeys in Philadelphia this year.
Philadelphia, PA – Meek Mill is keeping the tradition with their annual "a DreamChaser's thanksgiving" turkey giveaway, in spite of his current imprisonment.
In his absence, Meek close to the family and friends are going to take the reins, the submission of a report of 1,000 birds on Wednesday (22 November) at four different locations throughout his hometown of Philadelphia.
A DreamChaser's thanksgiving Turkey Giveaway is happening this Wednesday, the 22nd of November in the city of Philadelphia. Please come out and support. pic.twitter.com/DwGX4cs9b7
— Meek Mill (@MeekMill) November 21, 2017
Meek and his team have been hosting an annual gift from 2013.
"Philly raised me and made me into the man that I am today, so for the first edition of 'A Dreamchaser's thanksgiving' was an obvious thing to do," Meek Mill said in a statement ahead of the inaugural edition. "I feel blessed to be in a position to ensure that as many people as possible enjoy a thanksgiving meal, so that they can be with their loved ones to enjoy the holiday."
Meek is currently serving a two-to four years in prison for repeated parole violations. It is located in the State Correctional Institution in Chester, Pennsylvania.
Colin Kaepernick recently offered an update on Meek's well-being after talking with him out of jail.
"He spoke Meek Mill & he wanted ppl to know, regardless of their situation unfair, he is good-humored and humbled by the support that people have shown him," Kaepernick tweeted on Monday (20 November). "We're going to continue the fight against the harsh condemnation of the practices that have afflicted the Meek, and millions of other POC for generations."